Sarahanpur: On a day when Western Uttar Pradesh started polling, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be seen in Saharanpur at 11:45 am today as the BJP steps up campaigning across the state. The Prime Minister is also scheduled to address the ‘Vijay Sankalp Sabha’ in Uttarakhand at 1:30 pm. Meanwhile, BJP president JP Nadda is will be addressing three public meetings in Uttar Pradesh.
Election in 7 constituencies of Saharanpur district is to be held in the second phase on February 14 and campaign for this phase will end on February 10.
Saharanpur is situated adjacent to Muzaffarnagar and Shamli and the PM can give a message to voters through the rally.
The BJP’s district president in Saharanpur Mahendra Saini shared that rallies convened during campaign were always meant for giving message to voters.
Earlier Prime Minister Narendra Modi today said the ruling BJP (Bharatiya Janata Party) will win with “an overwhelming majority” in the upcoming Assembly elections, and that the people of these states will give them an opportunity to serve again.
“BJP is always involved in serving people. When in power, we work with mantra of ‘sabka saath, sabka vikas’. I can see a wave for BJP in all states. We’ll win with an overwhelming majority & people in 5 states will give us an opportunity to serve them,” PM Modi said during an interview with news agency ANI.
He said the BJP has always been given the opportunity to work as it offers a stable government. “You will find an atmosphere of pro-incumbency (in states where BJP is in power) and not anti-incumbency. BJP always emerges into elections with pro-incumbency,” he added.
“The people of Uttar Pradesh have already thrown away the old theory of ‘ek bar aao, ek bar jao’ (come to power once and then go). The BJP has itself experienced that it was accepted in 2014, then the people saw our government’s work and we again got elected in 2017, and similarly in 2019 as well. Now in 2022, they will again see our work and again accept us,” he told the news agency.
As an independent media platform, we do not take advertisements from governments and corporate houses. It is you, our readers, who have supported us on our journey to do honest and unbiased journalism. Please contribute, so that we can continue to do the same in future.